Meet the Zoo's Animals at Feast with the Beasts

Posted Aug 21st, 2013 by Andrew Lisa  Category: Arts & Entertainment,


Whether you eat like a pig or eat like a bird, an elegant fundraiser gives you a chance to enjoy an amazing dinner while supporting the Toledo Zoo, its facilities, and all of its endeavors revolving around education and conservation.

Feast with the Beasts

Supporting the zoo, its exhibits and programs has never tasted better. Come to the 10th Annual Feast with the Beasts and enjoy a lavish, five-course gourmet dinner in an elegant atmosphere that spares no expense for ambiance and decor. The 5-star meal is expertly paired with the wine and followed with a heavenly dessert.

Be sure not to spill any sauce or gravy on your clothes – this exciting night includes a wild animal encounter, and given the variety of wild and exotic animals that call the zoo home, you definitely don’t want to be mistaken for dinner.


Friday, August 23, 2013
6:30 to 10:30 pm


Toledo Zoo
2700 Broadway
Toledo, Oh 43614

How Much?

Reservations are $250 per person and must be made in advance. Claim your spot soon because reservations are limited and highly coveted. $200 of every reservation is tax deductible. To make your reservations or for more information, email the zoo’s Development Department or call (419) 385-5721, ext. 2091.

Further Interest

The Toledo Zoo thrives because of donor support. Throughout the zoo’s more than 100-year history, charitable giving has helped it expand and improve – and the zoo has given back. Widely considered to be one of the finest zoological institutions in the United States, the Toledo Zoo is one of the region’s main attractions. The zoo’s African Savanna brings the plains and jungles of Africa to Ohio.

It is home to the legendary Hippoquarium, the very first habitat of its kind in the world. The Kingdom of the Apes exhibit, Primate Forest, Arctic Encounter, and multi-species Africa! exhibit bring visitors as close to the wild as is safely possible, while ensuring the safety and comfort of the animals, which thrive at the zoo.

Other Ways to Help

The zoo is always accepting donations of furniture, equipment, and tools, as well as food donations for the animals. The zoo accepts corporate sponsorships and has a matching gift program in which you can double or triple your giving power.

Photo credits: The Toledo Zoo.

Andrew Lisa is a freelance writer living in Los Angeles. He writes about travel and entertainment, and also offers Ripoff Report advice.

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